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ZWO ASI183MC camera and UV/IR cut filter on a RedCat51 astrograph/iEXOS 100 mount
Subs (19 x1min, unguided) plus calibration frames were stacked with DeepSkyStacker. Post-processing used Siril, Photoshop and Microsoft Photo.
Messier 41, also known as The Little Beehive Cluster, is an open star cluster located in the constellation Canis Major. The cluster, which is comprised of about 100 stars, is approximately 190 million years old. It is a wonderful target for binoculars or a wide-field telescope.